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Reidsville golfer wins at GCC


The Daily Reflector

Sunday, April 15, 2018

Last weekend, the Peggy Kirk Bell Girls’ Golf Tour held the PKBGT Masters at the Greenville Country Club

The event featured a field of 69 players from the PKB Girls’ Golf Tour, the nation’s largest girls-only junior tour.

This year, the Bell National Series was set to model a collegiate tournament setup, but inclement weather shortened the event to 36 holes.

Riley Hamilton of Reidsville won the tourney with a score of 74-76-150. She finished a stroke ahead of Madison Isaacson of Greensboro and Melissa Meng of Blacksburg, Va.

This marked Hamilton’s first PKBGT Championship win, earning her an invitation into the 2018 PKBGT Invitational in November.


Recent results

Men's Night: First gross — Scott Griffin, Kyle Griffin, Joseph Arnone, Connor Durham and Mike Brothers 29; Tom Kulikowski, Dave Hunt, John Horns, Tom Parkin and Bobby Gaynor 30.

Play Day (April 11): Gross — 1. Debbie Pruitt, 2. Belle Prusinowski, 3. Diane Delaney; Net — 1. Anne Wasek, 2. Peg Burnett and Donna Kraus, 3. Leslie Bailey and Carol Kulikowski; Putts — 1. Prusinowski 15, 2. C. Kulikowski 16, 3. Pruitt and Wasek 17; Birdies —  Kraus (No. 8); Chip-ins — Kraus (No. 8), C. Kulikowski (No. 8) and Pruitt (No. 9).


Ayden Golf and Country Club is offering a new membership promotion.

Pay $100 down and pay only $100 per month for the first 12 months, then pay current member rates for the next 12 months to complete the two-year contract. After that, there is no fee to cancel. Membership includes: Family pool & tennis use; 15 percent off all pro shop items; Range ball discounts ($1 per bucket, or $200/​year unlimited); Access to all member events and tournaments; Ballroom Rental and junior program discounts; Complimentary locker.

Must join before April 30 to qualify for promotional rate. For more information on this and other deals, email Brandon at sales@aydengolf.com.


Robersonville Country Club’s league will begin its 18th season on April 23 and is accepting new teams into the league through June 15.

Each team consists of a foursome, playing six-and nine- hole matches. Scores will be gathered for finals in early August.

An all-inclusive price for golf, food and prizes of $20 per player per match covers all areas.

For more information, call league director Kathy Mellette at 252-217-8446 or the club at 252-795-4212.


Humans of Greenville


Local photographer Joe Pellegrino explores Greenville to create a photographic census of its people.


December 11, 2018

Two East Carolina football recruits are experiencing the unique blend of high school football glory and college football recruiting to the fullest extent this week, including the multi-talented Traveon Freshwater from Elizabeth City.

Freshwater and his teammates at Northeastern High will play in…


December 09, 2018

Jon Gilbert’s experience in athletics ranges from being an administrator at big-time Southeastern Conference schools Alabama and Tennessee to holding his first athletics director position last year at Southern Miss, a school that in many ways is similar to East Carolina and used to be a rival…


December 08, 2018

Farmville Central’s boys’ basketball team defeated Greene Central for the second time this season, winning 72-64 in Snow Hill on Friday night.

The Jaguars (6-0) were led by a sensational performance by Terquavion Smith, who finished with 20 points, including four 3-pointers. Justin…


December 07, 2018

Pitt County East Carolina football recruits Jeremy Lewis of South Central and CJ Johnson of D.H. Conley doubled down on their commitments following the arrival of new head coach Mike Houston this week.

Attempts to reach Farmville Central’s Keziah Everett for comment were unsuccessful.



December 07, 2018

First-year East Carolina head football coach Mike Houston announced the addition of 10 members to his initial Pirates’ staff on Friday.

All have assumed their duties immediately.

Among the additions are eight coaches who were on Houston's staff at James Madison, five on the offensive side of…


December 07, 2018

The difference in total yards — 614 to 362 in favor of James Madison — tells a lot of the story of JMU’s 34-14 win over East Carolina at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium to begin the 2017 season for both teams.

Coach Mike Houston, who posted a 37-6 record at JMU in three seasons before…


December 06, 2018

East Carolina University has designated $20 million in university money to settle a deficit in its athletics budget and to make significant capital improvements to athletics facilities, officials said Wednesday.

The funds are available immediately, with one $10 million transfer intended to nullify…


December 06, 2018

Coach Mike Houston didn’t leave James Madison for East Carolina because of Holton Ahlers, but he is aware of the Pirates’ talented quarterback.

Ahlers, a left-hander standing 6-foot-3 and 236 pounds, was one of the top freshman QBs in the country this year even during a third straight 3-…


December 06, 2018

This time, Farmville Central wasted little time exerting its will.

The Jaguars started fast and never looked back in an 87-44 win over North Lenoir Wednesday. One day after needing a late run to defeat Ayden-Grifton 91-78, Farmville Central (5-0) led for all but the first 1:20 of the contest.


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December 06, 2018

South Central boys basketball took down Greene Central once again Wednesday night, earning an 80-41 victory. 

It was the second meeting of the young season for these two teams, with the Falcons also taking the win on the road, 92-61 on Nov. 27. 

The Falcons were once again led by North…

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